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How do I make webpages display as if I am in the US?
For example, money will be displayed as £ instead of $, or go to google.co.uk instead of google.com. Is there some way I can make the computer/browser think I am in the US?
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hello, websites might determine your location based on the ip address your isp is assigning to you - there's no way for a browser to change that, unless you're using a proxy or vpn service with an ip placed in the us...
hello, websites might determine your location based on the [http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/network-location/ ip address] your isp is assigning to you - there's no way for a browser to change that, unless you're using a proxy or vpn service with an ip placed in the us...